Thursday’s clouds cooled temperatures and caused a sudden drop in the flow of the river. The mean inflow of 777 cubic feet per second recorded at Lake Kaweah at 7 a.m. (April 17) incredibly might mark the peak flow for the season. The storage of 40,382 (April 17) is less than one-quarter of capacity. The forecast of 95,000 acre feet as the high-water mark for the season is only a remote possibility. Next chance for rain is Tuesday, but it’s slight at only 30 percent.
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